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Wedding Bells, [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Wedding Bells, A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Methodist Church, Big Hill, on Wednes day last, when Mr. Albert I-Iblmes, of Bowral, was united in the bonds of wed lock to Miss Annie May Rowe, third daughter of Mr. J. E. Rowe, of " Wood bine," Big Hill. The Rev. E. Crozier, of Goulburn, was the officiating clergyman. The " Bridal March" was very expres sively, played by Miss Eva Piggott as the wedding party entered the church, and the choir rendered the hymn " The voice that breathes o'er Eden." The bride, who was .given away by her father, wore a pretty costume of cream surah silk, trimmed with Maltese lace and bebe rib bon, together with the customary vvr'eath and veil. The . bridesmaids were Miss Alice Rowe and Miss ElHe Rowe (sisters of the bride), while Mr. Dave Phillips actedjis best man. The bridegroom's gift.to the bride was a gold brooch. The bridesmaids were attired iij dresses of shower of hail muslin, made, with trans parent yokes and trimmed with Valen ciennes ins...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREEN-MANURE CROPS FUR ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

GREEN-MANURE CROPS FUR QRCHARDS. Mr. Caleb Gambling, of "Hrornleigh, writes as follows in the Government Gaz ette : " I see by an article in the Gazette last month that vetches are recommended by an American writer for green-manur-i ing orchards. Last winter I sowed rye, rye and vetches, rye and partridge or grej'. peas, and in another part peas alone, and my experience last winter is that the peas ; far excel the velchcs in weight and bulk pf foliage. I Would like to ha ve a reliable phemical analysis of these two plants per ton, cut in bloom. I consider green-man uring is the best and cheapest way to en rich our soils, by furnishing it with humus, so that it will retain the moisture much longer during the protracted drought, es pecially as it is this season, as also fur nish nitrogen from the air. I have tried a good many green crops in the summer; but the. lack of rain interferes with their growth, so much so that I have never suc ceeded, in any instance, in getting as good crop'...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farm and Garden. A FEW GEMS FOR DAIRYMEN AND CREAMERYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

A 'FEW GEMS FOR DAIRYMEN AND CREAMERYMEN. The following rules concerning the pro duction and care of milk are published in the annual report of the tJ.S. Bureau of Aniriial Industry. It is full of pithy truths that will well repay those who carefully study them :— THE OWNERS AND THEIR HELPEllS. Read current dairy literature, and keep posted on new ideas. Observe and enforce the utmost clean liness about the cattle, their attendants, the stable, the dairy and all utensils. A person suffering from any disease, or who has been exposed to a contagious disease, must remain away from the cows pnd the milk. Keep dairy cattle in a room or building by themselves. It is preferable to have no cellar below and no storage loft above. , Stables should be well ventilated, ligh ted, and drained ; should have tight floors and walls, and be plainly constructed. Allow no strongly smelling material in the stable for any length of time. Store the manure under cover outside the cow stable, and remove it ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

BUSHELS. ... of BIG BEANS CAN bo grown on one plant of TOKGAN BRAN in a mutable elimale. Wo have other good things in our catalogue. Send one xhilling stamps for a catalogue and nckot of mixed flower Beetls —100 aorta. HERBERT J. RUW5SEY, Seed and I'lant Merchant, Roranin, Barber's Creek, N.S.W. Up to Date Boot Making. w. sjyinrH,. Frost's • BuiIdings'rBong' Bong.Street.;: .r~ : ' Bowr;ali • ' - All kinds of best work made to' measure. Hiwid-. sewn Hoots tuado to order. 13o=t Repoirs in toVn. Ladies'Pumps turned. . Children'!) School I^uoIb mado to moasuro -at Store Prices. _ . •. Good Work and BeBt Material guaranteed.. Bcpairs done samo duy il required. FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY. MRS, S. SMTH. Frost's Buildings, Bong Bong-Street, Bowral. MRS. SMITE specially invites inspection of her large and varied stock of, CHOICE CONFECTIONERY for Christmas trade. All kinds of summer drinks on hand. HER CELEBRATED ICE CREAM EVERY SATURDAY EXCELLS ALL OTHERS. 1061 T. B. Dimwoodie, Monumental flla...

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CODLIN MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

CODLIN MOTH. This,is how Mr. G. R. Lefler, of Belajr, South Australia, deals with the codlin moth:— Every tree is bandaged, and all the old specimens are'scraped clean of rongh bark, while hollows are covered with zinc plates. Every part of the orchard is kept free from rubbish, so as to reduce the accessible hiding places for the pest with in the smallest possible dimensions.' A simple and effective method of trapping moths which have bred in empty fruit cases (one of the most prolific agents in distributing the pest) is also adopted. Returned empty eases are placed in a dark cellar under the ordinary fruit store house, and as there is only one small win dow let into a recess, the moths fly towards the light, and here thou sands are easily killed at the convenience of the grower. The apple and pear trees are thoroughly sprayed every season, a wash made with 4 or 5 lb. of lime to 40 gallons of water being used, but it must.be perfectly fresh, otherwise it will •burn the trees. A mix...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press
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RAILWAY INFORMATION;. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

BAILWAY INFORMATION;. Passenqeii .trains arrive at TSpwral from Sydney:^. 11.47 p.m. daily, Saturdays excnptecl 7 37 a.m. (Paper Train) daily, Sunday excepte&i 1*1.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted 5.33 p.m., Saturday only. 7.68 p.m. daily, Saturday and Sunday excepted) 9.28 p.m., Saturday only ' 1'assenget, trains, leave Bpwral for,Sydney, .v-_ 8.9 a.m. daily, Monday excepted 6.56 a.m. Sunday only, stops Mittagong nndj Striithfield only 7.3 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. 8.32 a.m. driily, Sunday and-Monday, excepted, stops Mittagong and Strathfiqld only ' 8.31-a.m. Monday only, stops Mittagong, Picton, Orarfville, and Slrathlield only. 1.34 p.m. daily, Sunday,excepted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

A Certain Cure for Dysentery and IHarriuca. " Some yeors ago I was one o£ a party thr.t! in tended making a long bicycle trip," says F. T/. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford Co., Pa., U.S.A. " I was taken suddenly with diarrham, and was. ••bout to give up the trip, wtyen editor Ward, of the Laceyville " Messenger," suggested that 1 talteado.se of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ' and Diarrheal Hemedy. I purchased a bottle and took. tjvo doses, one before Btartine and one on, iho route, I ma4e the trip successfully'and never felt any ill effect. A'jain Inst summer 1 was almost completely run, down with an attack of. dysentery. X bought a bottlo of this same rerqedy and this time ono dose cured me." Sold by MonoiN, Chemist, Bowralv

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOB MARCH.. By A. Landsdow.ve, Gniilburn. The continued drought lias upset nil cal culations of oropping, and other gnrdeu, work, mid little cnu bp dono till rains full. When wo get tho rain many crops can bo triad though the season is late for some. Last year after the rains in tho middle of March, Swedes etc., were sown with good results, and wo may get a mild fall. Get all lauds possiblo ready for seeding and with plenty of manure and caltiviitior, growth will be rapid. The rains in other' states will certainly soon reach us. Kitchen Garden.—Sow new queen, onions, plant tree and potatoe onionB, swedes, turnips of all kinds, lettuce, faddish,' spinach, cauliflowor, cabbage of sorts only, and beet. Plant out cabbage and cauli-' flowers. Farm.—Sow rye, capo barley, rape, lncerne, cookfoot, ryo grass, clovers, &c. get land ready for cropping with wheat, oats, &c. in April. Don't neglect proper, manuring and deep ploughing. Orchard.—Still atte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

IN LESS THAN SIX YlvUtS WEBBER'S VITABATIO Has Covtwctl Several Continents. READ WHATTi IS DOING., A PUZZLING OASE., Swelling In Legs, nccoitipaiiicd by. Acute Pains. ■ CURED BY VITADATIO. 35 Castlerengh-street, Sydney, <ith March, 1001. ~' v To Mb. PAXjMER; ^ Dear Sir,—Some month a ago IwaB IrouWcd with, very acute pains in.my legs which I treated as gout, and taking different patent remedies, from which I,, got no relief, on the contrary gradually Retting worse and suffering intense pRin, until I aould'not Rtand on my feet and hud'to take to my bed, my friends noticed the change which had corae over me and ad-, vised .mo to Ro to the hospital, and with their on trcaties and knowing how bad I was I decided to go, as I would receive the bast modioul attention and skilful nursing. After remaining there for soma time I-found I was gotting worse, and iny complaint 'Deemed to puzzle tho medical men attending me; so I decided to leavo the institution, and with tho aid of stick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

A.. WV Beer has, Bikes for Hire.. SEEDS, nil kinds ;. FRUIT TREES SHRUBS* BEST, and CHEAPBiS'T in stook. 40 PACK' lil'S, TRAIN PAID, 108. ' f : A. LANSDOWNE & CO., Qo ul burn. ; TO MEN. ~ Write for free copy of valuable bonk ahoufc yourselves, your health, your happiness, your future. It contains a full exposition of the human system and the, remedies adopted. No need to commit doctors. Posted' free in eealfd envelope. Every man should read It. Address—G. Spoolfio, 639 J£linbelh<strcet North* Melbourne. 1 TO LADIES. Ko need to consult doctors or chemists. The remedies you require In your own hands. Wjlto for (toe cony' at valuable book about yourselves, your health, your welfare. Every woman nhould read/it; Postsd trio" }n sealed envelope. Address—G. Spoolflc, 688', Elizabeth-street North Melbourne. LADIES.—OR. EOXVVELL'S famous Silent Pills are ueed auccesaftilly the worlrf oyer. Sold by all chemists. 6*. Cd. per hox. Inniat on getting these pille, aud do not be ...

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

• BOWBAL MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Meets every alternate Thursday, at the. Counoi2| Chambers, at 7.30 pan. Olerlt'H office hours are : Tuesdays, from 10 to 12. a.m. ; Wednesdays, 7 to 9 ; p.m.: Fridays, 3, tql 5 p.m. Alderman \V. Murray, Mayor. Mr. W. R. Farrow, council clerk. """

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Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Band of Mope.; A meeting of the teachers of the. BowraL Methodist Sunday School was held on Monday evening last for the purpose of- es tablishing a Band of Hope in copnection with the School. Tbe following officers ;were elected'; Presidents, Revs. M. Mad dern. nnd A. W. Parton ; vice-president, Mr. Ti W.G-arrad; secretary, Mr. W. Valen tine treasurer, Mr. Albert Corry : com 'mittee,;.'Misse'3 Funston, Duprez, May Frost, A. Savell, Messrs. W. Stokos, ~T. Oope, H. Edwards, A.'W. Beer, S. Frost, and A. Holmes., it was resolved to hold the meetings monthly on a Tuesday night.

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B.D.A.H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

B.f&.A.EL, arad-1. Society. ' { A"committee.meeting, of the above was held at the Royal Hotel, Moss Yale, on Monday lust,' There w£io,aiqr£0 attendance, of members present. , _ , The niiuiites of the last, meeting haying been confirmed, the question of the protest' acjainst GJadys at the lato shovy wan dealt with, and afier considerable discussion the following resolnlion was carried :That "in view of the sworn declarations by. the. Hate owner, and by, the purchaser, r.o the ownership of Gladys, and.of the receipt pro-, duced by"Mr. R. G. Burn, the protest.be not upheld." The, committee considered, however, that the'protest was a just.-one, and ordered that, the money be refunded' to the.parties protesting. , lu the case of Rice v. Murray. Mr. Murray withdrew the charge against the judge and the committee. Tho committee pissed a resolution, ac cepting the lion, secrotiiry'd - explanation that Ire did not older Johnson's.pony out of; the ring. ,■> ■ . The committee, passed...

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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

TEiey Say. That Lord Roberts assures us the wat will soon bo over. That he said that 18 months ago.v That it certainly is all over—Africa. That Kitchener says it will last fivo. years yet. - That Chamberlain says there are still 9000 Boers in the field.' That the King of England is a model landlord. That his village at Sandringham com.-, prises 60 or 70 cottages." That the cottages are models of neat-, ness. - • That he specially cares for his, poorer... tenants." That he pays his laborers as wageg. from ^48 to £60 a year, and. only charges, them £5 as rent. That the laborers finish work at 3 in, the afternoon. •That the club-house provides a comfor-. table home when the day's work is done. • That n.o betting., is, allowed, and; very, little beer. | That there, is. not a pu.blic house pn. j King Edward's estate, ' That there are technical schools forr boys, cosy reading-rooms, a hospital for. sick servants, a model school where cook-, ing is taught,and a spinning kitchen where, deli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Came Near Kcing a tfripple. Josh, Westhafor, of Loo^'oolee, Ind., U.S.A., is n poor man, but, ho says ho would not be without Chamberlain's Pain Balm if it cost five dollars_a. bottle, for it saved him frcra beine a cripple. No external application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains. It has ajso cured numerous canes of partial paralysis. It is tor sale by D. Mohuas, Chemist, Bowrul..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

No issue of the "FREE PRESS" NEXT WEDNESDAY, on ac count of the Holidays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

: rCfn':—■"■■' ■ i. . i . . i. ■ . —■ Slid of the Season ! DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. Preparatory to the rqceipt of New Season's Stock, now landed in Sydney, ready to come forward, Pwing to the great success of similar occasions in previous seasone, are again offering ' for the next y days • ■ • ■ • Remnants of Cambrics. Remnants of Flannelettes. Remnants of Prints. Remnants of Zephyrs, Remnants of Muslins. Remnants of Foulards. ■ Remnants of Cashmeres. Remnants of Meltons. 3f3^.1ESC3l-^.XIW33i. "Remnants of Ribbons. - Remnants of Lace. Remnants of Calico. Remnants of Flannel. Retpnants of Insertions. Remnants of Embroideries. Remnants of Art Muslin. Remnant's of Sheetings.' ALL MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AT BARGAIN PRICES. BUY AT ONCE, OR YOU WILL LOSE YOUR CHANGE. ^utiiercford. &?:■ "V^ipk^ain,: Bowral. 60 not possess either/ and wonder. A. . v/hare you can get .absolutely the 1 B2ST VALUE for the LEAST MONEY-. }$ ' ' ■ PALINS' S- v/i 11 *tell you why. their Pianos " are the bc.st a...

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The Seceding of Salvationists. "THE ELIJAH MATTER." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

The Seceding <of Salvationists. THE ELIJAH MATTER.". Iu a recent number of the London War Cry '' appears a letter which Mr. W. Brain >vell Booth, chief of the staff" of the Sal vation Army, has addressed to the officers, soldiers aud friends of the Sajvfttion "Army iu Holland,''-pu the subject, of the defection of Mr. a.ud Mrs. Bootli-Clibborn, son-in-law and daughter of '.'General" Booth, who. have joined Mr. Dowie's.sect of "■ Zionites." Mr. Booth writes " It is. with profound- regret that I- haya. to inform you that the Commissioner and Marecihale Bqo.th-Clibborn haya resigned their connection with*the' Salvation Army, I. cannot describe the grief this has caused lie, and I find myself quite unable even to allude to the dark sorrow it haB caused our beloved General. The reasons which our late comrades have stated, in' their letters ofresignation, for leaving the Army, is tGat they may obtain liberty to preach what they speak of as " a full Gospel," aud a painful exp...

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Bowral Council. Thursday, March 29, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Bowral Council Thursday, March 29, 1902. present: Aldermen W. Murray (Mayor) R. S. Mackenzie, T. Mathewson, M. I Jones, M. Rice, and Jos. Stokes. Correspondence. ' From the Department of Justice, ac knowledging receipt of the council's let ter asking the Department to defray half the cost of -tar-paving round the court- , house. Prom Mr. J. A. Rossback, Resident Engineer, stating that there was no objec? tion to the sum of "£ig being expended from the recent roads grant for ^ spreading metal.' • ' • • ! prom the Department of Public Works, stating that ^39 5s 8d, balance of roacls subsidy, had been issued lo the council. Aldermen Mackenzie and Rice moved that the works committee bring up a re port for next njeeting on.the best method of expending this money. From Mr. F. Mi Clements, enclosing price for Ratsbane, used in the destruc tion: of bubonic rats; ' , Alderman Mackenzie asked.if rats were prevalent" in Bowral ? - Dr. Armstrong had averred over and over'again' of late, destroy...

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Dressing Down to Working Men. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press — 29 March 1902

Dressing Down to Working Men. EEMABKABLE SPEECH BY MR. JOHN BUMS.. \' You hnven't, had: su.ch.a dressing do.wn ' Ibr years,'-' said Mr. J,ohn. Eu;ns in a oun versatipnal parenthesis; to, the. great audi 'gnoe of, working men, who iu Memorial [Buildings. listened. with, delight to the •powerful address to which.lie treated them. " Sojoiuon," remarked Mr. Bums at the outset, " said, the curse of the ppor. was poverty.." It needed something more than grumbling to get rid; of it. Not always I lie. sty, but often tbe'pig, was.tu blume. Muny' ■ homes were v.ilo a.ud verminous because the. workers' wages went to (.lie pu.blicau,' the pawnbroker, and that curse of modern society,.the.houkmake/ (, 'beers.) It madeall the difference to the appearance. of home wea therjjJi.ttle will, soa; j-ind love were brought into play; or whether leisure, hours were . Bpent in. spotting winners or catching losers. '^Cheers.). ' The. workmen lie addressed were of the better sort, and he laid upon.each the s...

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